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SATURDAY, JANUAUY 8. 1870. 5. O 0 R I) W E t L , Editor, CUllREM ONDKXVn. Mr. Enixon : As .terns oMocol news seem to be rfttlicr scarce, pf rhnjis jour rend ers would like to hear something ubout the tomporence tnoVctnent in RiJgway, wlicre, unless appearances arc very deceitful, jmc temperance movement ia sorely needed The Good Templars oi our '.own begin to leel that they must act as well ns talk, mid are following advice to tint effect. They are very modest, however, nnd I hope you will enoourr.ge them by judicious commen dation. You will be plenscd to know that they are trying to do' something, nnd that their proposed notion ia so eminently "sen sible." So long as they did nothing out tide of their secret meetings, except to pro cure nn occasional temperance lec'ure, there was reson nt least in the opinion of many to question tho debth nnd siucciity of their temperance professions. Yi'hcn pco. pie are sincere and in earnest about any thing, they are npt to show it in their con duct a well as in their words. Therefore, for the sake' of the Good Tcmplers them solves, aside from the qustion of public ad vantage, I am glad to hear that thoy pro pose to do what their principals seem evi dently to lecpire of them, and what per haps is the hat as well as the leant thing ihey can do, to show that they mean what tbey say. They arc circulating v fi;ua ures;aJpotition"tJth3 cmvt ag.iiasi liquor license, which startling as its language mny nppcar no doubt expresses the hon est conviction of every member of their so ciety aud of many beside, insets fortlitlic opinion "thai the oale of indicating liquor? as a beverage is destructive of the morals, peace and business interests of the ciniiiu nity, fostering illencfs, inciting crime, in ereaaeiug' taxation, a perpetual snare tothe young, a standing temptatiou before which goes down every resolution of the inebriate for reform. To lieensc"this iniquity on the plea that it is necessary, is to do violence to common sense, and adds insult to injury. 'Surely those who hold this opinion can do no leM than earnest !y prr.j the Court that no such license be granted in this town, ship." They would hardly deserve the re spect ef honest men if they allowed the Court to "liecuso this iniquity" year after jear, without a word oi objection or remon strance. Aud it must be allowed that if the natural tendency aud effect of "tlm sale ol intoxicating liquors as a beverage," is such as here described, theu the peti. tioners are perfectly right in calling it A Hi? ('A V .17 J,'v. CuXtlRH a Utiv.-' uui'l ,1 lOtll. There is $108,000,00 in Coin in the Coiled Stiites Treasury. During 1870, therh will be six cclipes four ot tho sun, nnd two of tho moon. Daniel McFnrland has been indicted by ".ho Grand Jury for the murder of A. 1). Richard 'oh. Tho annual dinner of tho New England Society was eaten nt Ioluionioo's in New York, on the evening of L'ecomlier 22d. The tax collections on tobanoo aud spir its iu Virginia since March 1st show an in eteafc of 800 per cent over those of last year. Though special ndriccs from washing., ton give us to understand that the Admin iteration has experienced a sudden change of spirit iu favor of Cuban beligeraney, wo nio not surprised. Indeed, wc nrein elmed to aflinu that whatever step the Gov cement resolves to take iu the Cuban ques tion will be found in accord with its pro nounced sympathies for liberty and humntr ity, nnd no wise inconsistent with the strict fulfillment of its international duties of neutrality. The release, of tho Spanish gunboats never argued that the Administra tion was iu any way opposed to Cuba. If, therefore, tho statement that Gen. Grant favors recognition is all significant, it cer tainly mean that no change has come over the man who denounced the French inter vention in Mexico, and inspired tho propo sitions made last Summer to Spain. J". Y. Tillunc, CUBA. Havana, Jan. 3. Rodriguez Belry, the insurgent Sub-prefect at llcrnado, has surrendered himself voluntarily, with 30 others to the Spanish authorities. The captain and crew of the brig Moou light, from St. John for matanzas, which was lost on Palt Key, have arrived at Car- uenas. iniquity; an d it would be as absurd to XE WS IX BRIEF. license such sale as it wpuld be to grant indulgence to any and overy kind of sin, in order to raise n oney fur building churches aud supporting ministers of the G ospel I But a argo'majority of the citizens of Ridgwny, so far as I can judge, will dissent from the opinion expressed in the petition; and of course they must be allowed to act acoording to their oivn convictions of duty. I do not propose to arue the question cither way. But the matter is of sufficient importance to demand the careful considera tion of every citizen; and I write merely to call attention to it, and to point out wha? seems: to me tho real'question aC issuo. Allagree that intemperance is an evil, and only evil continually. If it be granted that '-'the sale of intoxicating liquors ns bev. erage" tends to promote in temperance, then of course, such sale ought not to be licensed. For in that case the drunkard's crime would be shared not only by the seller, and those who endorsed his application for license ; but by the Court which grauted the license, and by all citizens who saw the iniquity and made do objection. Therefore all who advocate" (aij all w7iosee.no reason to ilj'ect against) the granting of such license, must take tho ground thaht liquor selling does uot tend to promote intemperance. On this poiut I think it is not difficult for any honest man to form a correct opinion. L. L. Ilidgway Jan 3. 1870. The colored men of Washington purpose establishing a newspaper in that city. St. Louis is about to try to raise $1,000, 000 for a world's fair in that city iu 187 1 AVeulthv citizens of Cincinnati who have made fur-e income returns are to be re-assessed nndptiris!.!ed Kate Bateman Has sued Frank Aiken, of the Chicago Musium, for the unauthorized use of "Mary AVaruer." Many' Mis.-ouri iron manufacture's arc about to petition Congress not to reduce tho (arm on iron. 'Thirty-six criminal charges are pending agaiust the llcv. Chailes Heed, of Walden, Mass., who has been missing some time. Presideut Grant has intimated that strict netrality shall be observed by the Adminis tratiuu iu regard to the Bed River rebel lion. The Richmond Chamber of Commerce will petition Congress to exempt from tax ation whifkey or tcbaco destroyed by fire or wreck. There has not been a detention of over three'hours on the Pacific Railroad, at any iimc, bo far, the suow sheds working ab. Tho Mexican Commission have not de, cided any points affecting the rights of any claimants or any points involving any riues, tion of law. The Pennsylvania Legislature, which opened on the -1th, promises to be an inter esting session. The Republcans have majority of four in the Senate and of twen ty in the House, aud having also tho Gov ernor, will be responsible for the legislation of the year. Among the measures that are expectod to come up are the reduction of State expenses, especially in printing and petty officers, aud a stringent law for the prevention of such fearful disasters among miners as that of Avondale. Other sub jects will be a revision of tho mili tia, and a recognation oftue schools for sol diers' orphans. A State Treasurer is the most important omtr to be chosen. Mm. Vf'ini ii'T iiij.li;-liin iiia object, he iiit tli.' siiret and mounted hia horse. but was immediately thrown and drugged thirly or forty ftt. As soon as he could release himself from the stirtups ho moun ted tho horso upou, whiuh hia accomplice wn3 riding, when they put spurs to tho animal nnd dashed out of town. When they had ridden a short distance on the rotul they met Mr. Daniel Smoot, on horso. back, when they halted, nnd placing revol- er at his head, ordered hi in to dismount. Seeing that they were desperadoes, armed to the teeth, ho concluded that his only salety Was in complying with their demand. Immediately one of tho robbers jumped upon tho horso which they had thu3 sum marily captured, nnd tho two rodo in thh lircctioii of the Hannibal nod St. Joseph Railroad with all speed. Somo ti:no after .link '.hey met a Mr. Helm north of Kidder, and compelled him, uneler penalty ofdenth, to guide "thorn to tho railroad. They told Helm they had killed Captain Sheets, also that they had killed a Mr. Cox iu re vengc for tho death of n brother of ono of them ; but this last statemsi.t is untrue. As soon as it was ascertained that tho bank had been robbed and a man ki-llcd, nearly all the citizens of Gallatin armed themselves aud went in pursuit of the villain. Ihry were traced to Honey Creek, in tho dircc. (iou ol Hamilton, or Breckinridge. Here all track of them was lost. Messennorii were scut to tho different towns on tho line of the railroad, nnd despatches were sent to all the principal points where railroad connections are made, but nothing has yet been liei.rd from them. " Should tho miscreants be overtaken it, is uot probable that a jury will be required to try them. They nill be shot down in their tracks, so great is the excitement among the citizens ef Daviess aud the adjoining counties. Captain Sheets, the murdered man, is about 15 years old, and wes highly respect. 5,7.' ' i. . rt a tt -unumr cl by all who knew him. wife and several children. 11 o leaves a Two Cases ki Hydrophobia Chas. Graeff, of Ellisburg, and Frank F. Harrison, of Iladdonfield, N. J., who were each bit ten by a dog, four weeks ago, aro now suf. feriug with hydrophobia. The symptons first appeared on Christmas day. When first bitten they hoped that the dog was not rabid, and they did uot make any unusual exertions to save themselves froJU tho probable effects. They are now fully aware that, their ca ses are hopeless. Great excitement pre vails in Iladdonfield. The dog was killed by a Mr. Stowe, who was also bittea. Henry Ward Beectier eaya he would have every foreigner vote as soon as landed on these shores. . The New York Den ocraoj put io practice what Mr. Btecher preaches. SCEXE IX A MISSOURI BAXE. From tli3 St. Joseph Gazstte. On Tuesday, between 12 and 1 o'ejock P. M., two men rode up on horseback in front of the PavieS Coun'y Savings As sociation Bank, in Gallatin. One of the men immediately dismounted and went iu to the bank, presented a S100 bill to tho cashier, Captain John W, Sheets, and re quested 'small bills tor it. Captain Sheets went to the safe, got the change, and was counting it, when the man who presented the bill drew a revolver and shot him through the heart and through the head. There was no other person in thebauk ex cept a young man named McDowell, who atteniqted to escape, but the murderer took him prisoner, while his confederate waited at the door of the bauk and barred all egress. As soon as the fiend had ihot the cash ier be commenced robbing the bauk of all funds that could b found, from $000 to MARY MOORE. All mj life long I have known Mary Moore. All my lile I have loved her. Our mothers were old playmates nnd first cousin. ilv first rccolectkms arc of n boy iu red frock and morocco shoes rocking a eradel, iu which repcised a suuy haiied, blue eye! baby not quite a year old. The boy was- myself Harry Church ; that blessed Luby was Mary Moore. Later st:ll, 1 fee myself at tho little schuolhouse, di awing my little chair up to the door that Mary might ride homo Many a beating have I gained on such oc casions, for other, boys bejide nie liked her, and she, 1 fear was something of a flirt, even in her pinafore. How elegantly .' he came ti'ipp.Dg down the steps when 1 cailed her Lame. How gaily rang out her merry laugh. 2so one but Mary could bung her heart as soon io her lips. 1 followed that laugh from the days of my childhood, till I grew an awkward, blushing boy; I followed it through the noon of manhood, aud now, when the frosts of ago are silvering my hair cud children clim'j upon my Inee and call mo "fa'.hcr," 1 find that too memories of youth aro strong, and that even iu gray hair 1 am following that music still. When I was fifteen, tho first great sor row of life came over my beau. I was sent to rchool aud wa9 obliged to pait with Mary. We were not to see. each other for Ions' years. This was like a sentcuce of death, for Mary was lilo itsell to .no. But hearts aro tough things, alter all ! I left college in the full blush and vigor of my nineteenth year. I was no longer awkward or embaressed. I had growu in to a tall slender stripling, with a very good opinion cf myself, both iu general and par ticular. If I thought of Mury Moore, it was to imagine how I could dazzle and bewilder her with my good looks, nnd wonderful mental attainments, ami never thought she might dazzle aud bewilder mo still more. I was a coxcomb, I know but as youth and good have fled, I trust I may be believed when I say that self conceit has left me also. An advantageous proposal was made to mo nt that time, and accepting it, I gave up nil idea of a profession, and prepared to go to India, iu my hurried visit home of two days,' I saw nothing of .Mary Moore. She had gone to a boarding' house Somo distance, aud was not expected home uutil the following May. I uttered a sigh to the memory of n.y bluo-eyed playmato, and called myself a man ugain. In two or thiee years, I thought, as the vehicle whirled a.vay from our door, I shall return and if Mary is as pretty as she used to be, why then. I may perhaps marry her. And thus, 1 settled the luluto of a young lady I had not seen lor years. I never thought of the possi bility of her refusing me never dreamed that she would not condescend to accept my offer. But now I know that, had Mary Moore met me at that time she would have dispised me. Perhaps, in tiie scented affected student she might have found plenty of sport, but as for loving me, I should, perhaps have found myselt mUta. ken. India was my salvation, not nicrily be cause of my success', because my laborous industry corrected the evil in my nature, and mado mo a -better man. When, at the end of three years I pre- parrcd to return, I said nothing of the re formation of umetf, thinking, they shall find out for themselves w hether I am bet. ter worth loving than formcly. I packed up many a token from the land of romance and gold, for the many fnends I had hoped to meet. The gift i Lnt I selected for Mary Moore was with a beating heart; it was a ring of rough virgin Hold, with my name engraved inside that was all ; and yet the sight of tho little toy strangely thrilled mo ns I balanced it upon the tip of my finger. To the eyes of others, it was but a small eircled, suggesting thoughts perhaps, by its elegance, of the beautiful white hand that was to wear it. But not to me how much was embodied there I All theso delights were hidden within that ring of gold 'Jail, beamed, sun bumd, TWnonked nt the door of my fnthcr's house. The light, in the windows, and tho hum of conver. sntion and cheerful laughter showed mo that company wcro assembled there. I hoped that sister Lizzio nnnht come to the door, and I might greet my family when no slrango eye was looking carelessly on. But no, a servant answered my summons. All too merry in the parlor to heed tho long absent ono who asked for admittance. A bitter thought like this ran through my mind ns I heard the sounds from tho par lor nnd saw tho half suppressed smile on tho servant's face. I hesitated a moment before making mvsclf known or asking for uny of tho family, while I stood silent a Htinngc apprehension grew up before mo. 1 rom behind the servant peered out a small head, n tiny, delicate form followed a sweet childish face, with bright blue ftcs, so like those of one who had briizhtetmd my boyhood, that I started with a foiling id pain. "What is your name my pretty?" I asked the child while -the wondering ser vant held tho door. "Mary Moore." "And what else"' I said, q'liekly. She lilted her hand to shade her ryes ; I had seen that very altilndc in another, in my boyhood days, many mid many a time, and answered, in a sweet, bird like voice. "Mary More Chester." My heart sank like lead. Here was an end to all my dreams nnd hopes ol my youth and manhood. Frank Chester my boyish rival, who had ofien tried in vain to usurp my place beside the girl, had succeeded at last, and won her away from me. This was the child his child and Mary's. I sank, body nnd poul, bcnculh the- blow, and hiding my face in my hands, I leant against the door, while my heart wpt tears of blood. The little one gazed at me, grieved and amused, and put up her pretty hps as it about to cry, whilo the piirplosod ,-evant stepped to the pp.rlo: door and called out my sister to see r ho it was that conducted himself o strangely. I heard a light step and a pleasant voice s-ryiikg : "Did 30U wish to seo my futi.t r, rir ?" I louked up. Thoie stood a pretty, swi-ct faced maiden of twer.ty, not much changed from 1 lie lit t Io sister I loved so well. 1 looked at her a nu.ment. and then !li!n;r the tempest of my bent b, a mighty effort, I opened my arms and said : 'Lizzie, don't ou know me?" "Hairy 1 Oh ' my brother Harry !" she c:ied, and threw herself upon my breast she wept, as though her heart would break. I could not weep. 1 drew her gently into the lighted parlor, and stood with her befoin them all. There was a rush and a cry of joy and then my father aud mother spranjr toward 1110 Mil welcome! w with iienrtlelt tears. Oh! strange sacT ps.-sing sweet in such 4 grcetincr to a way worn traveler. And as L held r.iy dear oid mother to my heart, 1 must have betrayed mv secret to every one in the room, but nothing was said. Even my friend Frank, in general so ob serving, was this timo silent I kissed tho tnir cheek of the young wife, and hurried so the silent figure looking out of the win dow "Mary Mary Moore," t said in a low and eager tone, "llavo you no welcome for me no welcome to give the wanderer ?" M10 turned and laid nor hand in mine, and said huariedly : "I am glad to see you hero, Harry.'1 . Simple words, and yet how blest they made me 1 I would not have yielded her up for so emperor's crown at a moment. Theie was the happy family group, and the dear home nrcside, wth sweet Mary, Moore. Tbo eyes I had dreamed of by day and night were fallen beneath the gaze of mine, and tho sweet face I had so often prayed to Bee, was there beside me. .1 never knew the meaning of happiness untill that mo ment. Many years have passed sinc6 that happy night, and the hair that wa9 dork and glossy then is fast turning gray. L am an old man, and can look back to a happy, and I hope a well spent life. And yet, sweet as it hiii been. I would not recall a day, lor the love that made my manhood so bright, shines also upon my white hairs An old man 1 Can this be ? At heart I am as young as ever. And Mary, with her bright hair pnited smoothly from a brow that has a slight furrow upon it, is the Same Mary of other days. To me she can never grow old of change. Tho heart ihat held her infancy, aud sheltered her in the flush and beauty of womanhood, can nsver cast her till life shall cease to warm it. Not even then, for the love still lives above. B OAEDING HOT'.- Near ttic 1 MARTIN SO', The iinik'-s'jiuf) ! - c , : 1 .! house at lite nl in 1 r . . pitpi'retl to f:i. f ) .In- u.,n'. ayer h.jsa wh h Ui'ir ei.- mm. l-i 1 e!) c ill AHLES HOLES, f-IlACTiCA i WATCHMAKER, ENGRAVER 4 JETVELLR, Wtatendof Hyde House, Uldgway, i'a. Bella ns Cheap as Ever, GOLD AND SILVER WATelAKS, Clocks, Jewelry, Silvcrwaro, ix VTOLIX AND GUITAR STRINGS, Spectacles, l'cns aud Punuils, Exclusive Igent for the sale- of A LEX. MORTON'S. GOLD PLNS. Repairing Vnlrlic, etc., dune wiili the same accuracy as hcre'luloio. iittv'O "(iiitf Dau giiwiiscmcnfs. TUE ONLY RELIABLE CURE FOR DYS I'El'SIAIN THE KNOWN WOULD. SOMETHING NEW IN 111 DO WAY ! k5 ROOT k SHOE ESTABLISHMENT I Tho subscriber ta';e Ihia mzil.ol of in form. ir.g the cilize'iis of linlgirity and vicinity that lie line oj cno.l u BOOT & SHOE STORE, in the room lately occupied by Honry S. Tlmy er in the we.-U ond of lac Hyde iloose, where may bo found a general assort uit'iil of while Li..ie clmi"; be.-:de inc. 1 felt that s, iiimy l;uiic!u.'i- all was not yet lost, at,d although another l;ao seeniO't i:te s enoajo.-t t.ie.-.-?in a joy reiiv.iiirnd fr m-j iu taj dc.ir ry of home" Theie were four other inmates of tli' room who rose upon my sudden appear ance. One was the blue eyed child whom I had already seen, aud who now stood beside Frank Chester, clinging to bis hand Near by stood Lizzie Muorc, Mary's oldest sister, and iu a dislaut corner, to which had hurried wheu my name was spoken, stood a tall and slender figure! halt hidden by the heavy window curtuius that fell to the floor. When the Eraf rapturous greeting was over Lizzie led me forward with a timid grace, and Prank Chester grasped my band witna coruiui pressure. 'Welcomo home, my boy 1" he said with tho loud cheerful toue I remembered so well. "You have changed so that I never would have. known you: but no matter about that your Lvurt is iu the right place, I Know. "How can you say that he is changed said my mother, gently. ''To be sure, he looks older aud graver and more like a man than when he went away, but his smiles are the same as ever. It is a heavy heart which changes him. He is my boy still." Heaven help me 1 At. that momeut I 1. 1. 1 , , i. ,,. . ieu lite a ooy stni, ana it would nave been a blessed relief to have wept upon her bosom, as I had doue in infancy, but I kept dowu the beating heart and tho tre mor of my lip, and answered, quietly, as I looked up into bis lull, handsome lace; "1 ou have changed to, 1 ruuk but I hope for the better " 'Oh ! yes. Thank you for the compli ment," ho answered with a hearty lauh. My wife tella me I trow haudcomer every day." "And have you seen my little erirl ?" he added, lifting the little infant in his amis and kissing her crimsoned cheeek. T tell you, Harry, there is not such an other in tho world. Don't you think she looks very much as her mother used to? Hallo r he cried, with a suddenuess that made mo start violently. "I have forgot, ten to introduce y6u to my wife. I believe she and you used to be playmates in your younger days. Yes Harry." and he alap. ped me on the back, ' lor tho sakq of old times, and because you wcie not with lis at the wedding I will give you leave to kiss her once but mind old fellow, you are never to repeat the ceremony. Come here she is, I lor one, want to see how you will man age those ferocious mustaches of yorira in the operation" He pushed Lizzie, laughing and blush, ing, toward me. A gleam ot bope and light almost o dazzling to dear, came over me, and I cried out before I thought : 'ioiiarj f Dn. WiiiKT'a Great AMKTUeA! Dy.-pfvsia I' ills nnd I'ivb Turk Tab C'criual are n jiosi livc and infallible cure for elyspeppia in its most aggravated form, and no matter of low long Etumling. 'l hey pciieirafe the secret abode of tlin ter rible disease, nnd extei ininuio it, root and liriiitch, forever. Tliey olleviuic more agony and silent suf fering than a tongue can loll. Teey are noted for curing the most despe rate nnd hopeless ensas, when every known menus fuil to afl'o'd relief. 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